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Icelandic-English translation for: to hoodwink sb into doing sth
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hafa vit fyrir e-mto prevent sb. from doing sth. stupid
Unverified e-n ofan af e-uto dissuade sb. from doing sth.
lögfr. handtaka e-nto apprehend sb. [take into custody]
útfæra e-ð [framkvæma]to realize sth. [bring into reality]
taka e-ð til greinato consider sth. [take into account]
taka tillit til e-sto consider sth. [take into account/show consideration for]
afleggja e-ðto stop doing sth.
taka upp á e-uto start doing sth.
taka gera e-ðto start doing sth.
hugsa um gera e-ðto consider doing sth.
Unverified eira við e-ðto find peace in doing sth.
Unverified una sér við e-ðto be content with doing sth.
spá í gera e-ð [talm.]to consider doing sth.
hafa sig í e-ðto get around to doing sth.
Unverified una sér ekki við e-ðto not like doing sth.
vera í óðaönn e-uto be busy doing sth.
Unverified una sér við e-ðto have a good time doing sth.
innsetning {kv}  embætti]inauguration [into office]
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
taka loforð af e-mto make sb. promise sth.
taka e-ð upp eftir öðrumto imitate sb. in sth.
koma e-m á lagiðto teach sb. how to do sth.
endurgjalda (e-m) e-ðto reciprocate (sb.) sth.
spilla e-m/e-uto subvert sb./sth.
mata e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
fæða e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
útiloka e-n/e-ðto exclude sb./sth.
næra e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
nálgast e-n/e-ðto approach sb./sth.
misnota e-n/e-ðto abuse sb./sth.
vanmeta e-n/e-ðto underestimate sb./sth.
vanmeta e-n/e-ðto underrate sb./sth.
umbera e-n/e-ðto tolerate sb./sth.
vantreysta e-m/e-uto mistrust sb./sth.
tryggja e-m e-ðto guarantee sb. sth.
tryggja e-m e-ðto ensure sb. sth.
yfirgefa e-n/e-ðto abandon sb./sth.
óvirða e-n/e-ðto disdain sb./sth.
aðskilja e-n/e-ðto segregate sb./sth.
óla e-n/e-ðto strap sb./sth.
gagnrýna e-n/e-ðto criticize sb./sth.
óhlýðnast e-m/e-uto disobey sb./sth.
tilbiðja e-n/e-ðto worship sb./sth.
óttast e-n/e-ðto fear sb./sth.
yfirgefa e-n/e-ðto leave sb./sth.
hunsa e-n/e-ðto disregard sb./sth.
virða e-n/e-ðto respect sb./sth.
afrækja e-n/e-ðto neglect sb./sth.
skipa e-m e-ðto order sb. sth.
átelja e-n/e-ðto criticize sb./sth.
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